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Robust energy base key to industrialisation

By: Simone Liedtke     16th February 2018 Public-private partnership South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) CEO Chiboni Evans states that Africa's industrialisation can occur only if countries have a robust energy base. 

Global And National Energy Experts Prepare To Attend The 10th Annual Africa Energy Indaba 2018

     12th February 2018 The 10th edition of the Africa Energy Indaba, is the African energy event organised for Africans, by Africans, in Africa.  It is also the regional Africa event of the World Energy Council (WEC) and is strategically partnered with the South African National Energy Association (SANEA), the NEPAD... 

Saliva drug testing growing in popularity

By: Paige Müller     9th February 2018 Since establishing that antiretrovirals (ARVs) cause positive cross-reactions during employee drug testing, saliva testing methods, which circumvent cross-reaction issues, have drastically increased in popularity, says Pretoria-based drug and alcohol testing equipment and accessories company... 

Australia’s coal exports set new record in 2017

By: Natasha Odendaal     7th February 2018 Australia’s coal exports value reached a new record of $56.5-billion in 2017, Minerals Council of Australia coal executive director Greg Evans said on Wednesday. The new coal export value record, at 35% higher than in 2016 and $10-billion higher than the previous record of $46.7-billion in 2011,... 

Canadian miners welcome new federal business ethics ombudsman

By: Henry Lazenby     18th January 2018 Canada’s Liberal government has introduced a new federally mandated Ombudsman for Responsible Enterprise (CORE) to investigate human rights complaints about the overseas operations of Canadian companies. The watchdog will investigate complaints and, if warranted, will make recommendations to... 

Africa Energy Indaba partners with SAEEC

By: Anine Kilian     9th January 2018 The Africa Energy Indaba (AEI) has entered into a strategic partnership with the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) to grow and develop the African energy sector with SAEEC member companies.   The SAEEC is a public–private partnership between South African business and the... 

Africa Energy Indaba Announces A Strategic Partnership

     9th January 2018 The Africa Energy Indaba is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) to grow and develop the African Energy Sector with the SAEEC Member Companies. The South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) is a Public Private... 

Africa Energy Indaba announces a strategic partnership

     29th November 2017 The Africa Energy Indaba is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) to grow and develop the African Energy Sector with the SAEEC Member Companies.   The South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) is a Public Private... 

Sibanye declares US resource under Proudly South African code

By: Martin Creamer     14th November 2017 Precious-metals mining company Sibanye-Stillwater has completed a Competent Person’s Report on its platinum group metals (PGM) mineral assets, in Montana, in the United States. The report has been compiled under the South African Code for the Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources... 

Opinion Piece: Why not all companies test for alcohol – and why they should.

     13th November 2017 By Rhys Evans, Director at ALCO-Safe   Alcohol and substance testing forms part of the health and safety policies and procedures in many industries. Industries that have particularly rigorous and controlled safety standards - such as the petro-chemical, mining, construction and rail sectors - are... 

Upcoming energy event to showcase African project opportunities  

By: Simone Liedtke     10th November 2017 A key focus point of the African Energy Indaba (AEI) – which celebrates its ten-year milestone next year – is to provide access to project opportunities across the African continent. 

New initiative to be launched at tenth Africa Energy Indaba

By: Simone Liedtke     24th October 2017 In the run-up to the tenth yearly Africa Energy Indaba (AEI) in February, the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) on Tuesday announced that it would launch its African Energy Consultants initiative at the event. The SAAEC, which is a partner of the AEI Trade Association that... 

New export cluster aims to improve intra-African trade

By: David Oliveira     22nd September 2017 South African manufacturing received a boost following the launch of the Engineering and Technology Grouping of Export Councils (ETGEC) at Infrastructure Africa, which took place last month at the Sandton Convention Centre, in Johannesburg. The ETGEC comprises the South African Electrotechnical... 

Upgraded zero-tolerance device ensures safety across industries

By: Marleny Arnoldi     22nd September 2017 Alcohol testing equipment supplier Alco-Safe launched its Lion Alcoblow Rapid Test breathalyser, which has received a technology upgrade, last month. A built-in wireless transmitter now enables the device to wirelessly activate a receiver-enabled entryway, granting or denying access based on a... 

Proxy advisers ISS, Glass Lewis support Washington Companies’ $1.2bn Dominion buy

By: Henry Lazenby     9th September 2017 TSX- and NYSE-listed Dominion Diamond Corp announced late on Thursday that proxy advisory firms Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) and Glass, Lewis & Co have both recommended that Dominion shareholders vote in favour of suitor The Washington Companies’ $1.2-billion acquisition.... 

UK North Sea Oil Field startups surge to highest in 10 years

By: Bloomberg     4th September 2017 The UK North Sea is on track for the biggest year of oil and gas field startups in a decade, continuing the ageing province’s surprising resilience to the crude-market slump. Fourteen projects with combined peak production of 230000 barrels of oil equivalent a day will start in the region this... 

Infrastructure key to unlocking trade and value chains across SADC region

By: Anine Kilian     25th August 2017 It is common cause that industrialisation across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is key to diversifying the regional economy away from its current reliance on the export of raw commodities and to supporting economic growth and employment creation. There is broad... 

Infrastructure key to unlocking trade and value chains across SADC region

By: Anine Kilian     25th August 2017 It is common cause that industrialisation across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) is key to diversifying the regional economy away from its current reliance on export of raw commodities and to supporting economic growth and employment creation. There is broad acceptance that SADC... 

Funds to go for BHP's jugular if miner doesn't deliver goods

By: Bloomberg     21st August 2017 BHP Billiton’s truce with activist investors led by billionaire Paul Singer won’t last long if the world’s biggest mining company doesn’t pump up returns and deliver on strategic reform in the wake of its expected bumper profit report this week. The naming in June of BHP’s youngest director Ken... 

SADC in need of localised development

     18th August 2017 Localisation in infrastructure development in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is critical to industrialisation, says the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).  

Washington picks new CEO to run $1.2bn Dominion Diamond

By: Bloomberg     10th August 2017 Montana-billionaire Dennis Washington has hired Patrick Evans to run Dominion Diamond Corp. after he agreed to buy the business for $1.2-billion last month. “We are pleased that Patrick will become CEO of Dominion Diamond Corp. upon closing of the transaction," said Lawrence Simkins, president of... 

Localisation in infrastructure development in SADC critical for industrialisation

By: Anine Kilian     1st August 2017 Localisation in infrastructure development across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is critical for industrialisation, according to African Integration and Industry chief director Nigel Gwynne-Evans, who spoke at the SADC Industrialisation Week in Johannesburg on Tuesday.... 

ALCO-Safe launches line of educational safety booklets

     3rd July 2017 Despite ongoing on-site drug and alcohol testing, and rehabilitative measures, undertaken by many organisations in a bid to reduce alcohol and drug related accidents and incidents at the workplace, many businesses are still struggling with ongoing problems. ALCO-Safe is assisting these... 

South Africa’s revamped international arbitration legislation set for public comment

By: Natasha Odendaal     28th June 2017 The overhaul of South Africa’s outdated international arbitration framework serves as a stepping stone to position the country as a regional arbitration hub and will bolster security of investment. The draft International Arbitration Bill, introduced into Parliament in March and which is expected... 

More precious than gold? Copper's the better inflation hedge

By: Bloomberg     28th June 2017 For centuries, gold has been a go-to asset among investors worried about all sorts of financial risks. In the past decade, exchange-traded funds backed by the metal drew more money than any other commodity. Even the world’s biggest central banks hoard bullion as a reserve asset. But when it comes... 

Mountain Province announces immediate departure of CEO Evans

By: Henry Lazenby     9th June 2017 Canadian diamond producer Mountain Province Diamonds on Friday announced that president and CEO Patrick Evans would leave the company with immediate effect, following a mutual decision. The 49%-partner of De Beers Canada’s Gahcho Kué mine, in Canada’s Northwest Territories, appointed lead... 

Tribeca planning to target overhaul of BHP board directors

By: Bloomberg     6th June 2017 BHP Billiton’s board is being targeted for a sweeping overhaul by Tribeca Global Natural Resources Fund, opening a potential new front in the burgeoning activist campaign against the world’s biggest mining company. The Sydney-based hedge fund, which last month joined billionaire Paul Singer’s... 

Gahcho Kué delivers two more large diamonds

By: Henry Lazenby     3rd June 2017 Mountain Province Diamonds has announced the discovery of two large gem-quality diamonds of 84.65 ct and 53.90 ct at the joint venture (JV) Gahcho Kué mine, in April. Mountain Province owns 49% of the mine, with De Beers owning the balance. 

The haves, the have-nots and the wants

By: Riaan de Lange     19th May 2017 The first words of wisdom – which I clearly recall – that my father imparted to me as a youngster were these: "There are three sides to every story – your side, my side and the truth. And no one is lying. Memories shared serve each differently.” This assessment is attributed to American film... 

Wastewater management short course presented

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th April 2017 Owing to ageing water infrastructure as well as the increasing drought crisis that has affected various regions in the country, Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP) notes that its short courses on water quality management and effluent treatment challenge attendees to come up with... 

Darwin LNG expansion to be studied

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     19th April 2017 The owners of the 3.6-million-tonne-a-year Darwin liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, in the Northern Territory, are studying the potential expansion of the project through the introduction of a second LNG train. The Northern Territory government has announced that it will contribute A$250 000... 

MCA questions why coal was left out of South Australia’s new energy plan 

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     15th March 2017 The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has blasted the South Australian government’s decision not to include coal in its new energy plan. The state government this week announced a A$550-million plan to secure energy supply, which would see, besides other initiatives, the construction of... 

Off-grid solutions attractive proposition for private-sector investors

By: David Oliveira     10th March 2017 Small-scale off-grid electricity solutions may be the best method to help reduce the electricity deficit in Africa, argued global power and automation group ABB senior VP and ABB Africa director Tobias Becker during a panel discussion at the Africa Energy Indaba, which took place in Johannesburg... 

Gahcho Kué receives third major award

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th March 2017 The Gahcho Kué mine has received its third major award. It won the Viola R MacMillan Award during the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Awards Gala earlier this week. 

Circumventing the challenges of impaired drug tests

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     10th February 2017 There is a need for testing methods that do not cross-react, especially when employees are HIV positive, says drug and alcohol testing equipment and accessories company Alco-Safe. “. . . people who are HIV positive are not obligated to disclose their HIV status, and rightly so. However, it does... 

Specialised energy mission from South Africa to Zambia commended for innovative approach to doing business in Africa

     9th February 2017 A South African energy sector trade and business delegation recently had another successful trip to Zambia. The trade mission was jointly led by Trade Invest Africa and the South African Electrotechnical Export Council. “We are impressed by the calibre of companies from the South African Energy... 

MCA echoes call for Australia to adopt clean-coal technology

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     9th February 2017 The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has made a case for high-efficiency, low-emission (HELE) coal technology, echoing calls by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull that clean-coal technologies should be considered in the future of Australia’s electricity sector. Turnbull recently said more focus... 

Global and national energy experts prepare to attend the annual Africa Energy Indaba 2017 following #AfricaAtDavos

     7th February 2017 World Economic Forum followers of 2017 reported that this year’s event saw a shift in the way Africa was perceived at Davos.  Discussions were particularly focused on opportunities for business and investment and African business leaders made their voices heard.  The popularity of the... 

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